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Re: [feminism-221] A Walk to Beautiful Screening & Discussion

From: Scott H.
Sent on: Thursday, September 15, 2011 5:00 PM
The correct link is  Neither nor work.
Scott Andrew Hutchins [archive site; not currently active]

"The venerable belief in sacrifice is probably itself a behavior pattern drilled into the subjugated, by which they reenact against themselves the wrong done to them in order to be able to bear it. Sacrifice as representative restoration does not reinstate immediate communication, which had been merely interrupted, as present-day mythologies claim; rather, the institution of sacrifice is itself the mark of an historical catastrophe, an act of violence done equally to human beings and to nature."--Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno, trans. Edmund Jephcott

From: Carly Dashiell <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Thursday, September 15,[masked]:52 PM
Subject: [feminism-221] A Walk to Beautiful Screening & Discussion

Hi everyone,
Just heard about this film screening- it's on September 23rd. Check it out, proceeds benefit Dining for Women ( and the Fistula Foundation (
A Walk to Beautiful ( tells the stories of
five Ethiopian women who suffer from obstetric fistula.
Rejected by their husbands and ostracized by their communities,
these women are left to spend the rest of their lives in
loneliness and shame. They make the choice to take the long and
arduous journey to the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital in search
of a cure and a new life.
The filmmakers will be on hand to answer questions following the screening, as will Dining for Women’s Founder and President, Marsha Wallace, and Executive Director, Gail Smith Peay.

$10 Suggested Donation
More details here:

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